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PO1 John Miller
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"Could" reach deep into families? My wife almost divorced me because of toxic leadership and I often took that toxicity home with me.
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AB Edward Mondini
AB Edward Mondini
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Happens all the time in the civilian world........I’ve witnessed it.
The best bean counter doesn’t necessarily make that person the best leader.
How does a person relate to people...........that defines the presence or absence of leadership.
Leadership is a trained skill: it requires a lifetime of mentoring & a resume of mistakes. So you’d be forgiven if you concluded good leadership is rare.
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SSgt Carpenter
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Just stumbled across this thread. I agree with SFC James J. Palmer IV aka "JP4" I don't understand why there isn't more response to this thread. I know "Toxic leadership" gets thrown around enough that people simply get tired of hearing about it. But it is something leaders and future leaders need to understand if they want to benefit their organizations, not just make rank.
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SFC James J. Palmer IV aka "JP4"
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I am not understanding why this thread hasn't gotten more responses. This is a great subject but a very real subject. I think each one of us has a story to tell when it comes to toxic leadership. I really used to think it was an isolated or very rare thing until I experienced it myself in one of my old units. Well I read through the article and it is spot on the money.

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